WATCH: Tucker Carlson reveals Jill Biden's doctoral dissertation is error-ridden, incoherent

After obtaining a copy of Dr. Jill Biden's PhD dissertation, Tucker Carlson read passages from it, noting that it appeared to be written by someone who was "borderline illiterate."

Ari Hoffman Seattle WA

After obtaining a copy of Dr. Jill Biden's PhD dissertation, Tucker Carlson read passages from it, noting that it appeared to be written by someone who was "borderline illiterate," was full of typos and math errors.

Carlson undoubtedly went after the dissertation in order to ascertain just what kind of work Dr. Biden undertook to obtain her "education degree from some school in Delaware," of which, Carlson said, "you are supposed to find that highly impressive."

Tucker Carlson found that her dissertation was an error-ridden, incoherent mess. He probably wouldn't have gone after the dissertation if it wasn't for a recent op-ed in the Wall Street Journal. It asked Jill Biden to "...think about dropping the honorific, which feels fraudulent, even comic." The ask sparked a media backlash complete with accusations of misogyny.

Left-wing pundits had a field day proclaiming that Dr. Biden was entitled to the title, though many, including Whoopi Goldberg, had assumed that Dr. Biden was an MD.

"We actually read her dissertation… and what did we discover when we did that? We're going to give it to you in a diagnosis. Dr. Jill needs reading glasses. Either that or she is borderline illiterate.

"There are typos everywhere including in the first graph on the introduction. Dr. Jill can't write. She can't really think clearly either. Parts of the dissertation seem to be written in a foreign language using English words. They are essentially pure nonsense like pig Latin or dogs barking.

"The whole thing is just incredibly embarrassing. And not just to poor illiterate Jill Biden, but to the college that considered this crap scholarship."

Carlson called the dissertation "Embarrassing, in fact, to our entire system of higher education, to the Nation itself" and "...our national shame."

Carlson then proceeded to cite excerpts from, as he describes it, "her opus".

"She describes an average class of students at a community college called Delaware Tech… pay close attention to the math: 'Three quarters of the class will be Caucasian, one quarter of the class will be African American; one seat will hold a Latino and the remaining students will be filled with students of Asian descent or non-resident aliens.' In other words, somehow Dr. Biden accounted for all five quarters of the class, which actually isn’t easy."

Carlson then proceeds to cite multiple other examples of what her husband would refer to as "phony math."

Tucker quoted the good doctor writing "The administration may want to consider in future planning: …an eight week study week."

After playing clips from the mainstream media trashing the Journal op-ed, Carlson took a swipe at Joe Biden. "They are telling you that no one would ever call a man dumb. Ok…well that’s wrong. We call Dr. Jill’s husband dumb all the time. In fact, we are going to go full feminist here and admit that Dr. Jill is a lot smarter than the man she married. Not that it’s saying much."

Carlson wrapped up by saying "It’s a class thing. We have a class system in this country… A certain type of person gets degrees… not in order to learn or to create, or to achieve anything impressive… no. Instead to justify their power over you. They’ve got more merit badges so they rule… its why they shout at you and call you names when you mention it… If you are allowed to point out that Jill Biden isn't really a doctor…then you are just one step away from noticing that the medals on their chests, aren't real either."


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